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Pink Floyd's a dream, Zeppelin's a reality

Pink Floyd's a dream, Zeppelin's a reality

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Pink Floyd is the band that most fans would like to see reuniting, according to a survey by Music Choice Ltd., a U.K.-based digital broadcasting service.

About 5,000 took part in the online poll, and 26 percent wanted to see the group come back together, Music Choice said.

A long-term reunion of Pink Floyd, which has sold 250 million records, has been ruled out by founder Roger Waters even as other acts re-form. Led Zeppelin is staging a charity concert on Nov. 26.

"When Zeppelin announced the gig, we wanted to see just who else would be a smash hit," Andrew Jeffries, Music Choice's programming director, said in an e-mail. "Although we knew Pink Floyd might be a contender, we never dreamed they'd be top."

The next most popular choices in the survey were Abba and Guns N' Roses.

The survey also asked which band should split up, with 22 percent opting for the Spice Girls, who start a reunion tour in December. -- Bloomberg News


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